Dental Glossary

Common Dental Terms

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Base: Cement placed under a dental restoration to insulate the pulp (nerve chamber).

Bicuspid or Pre-molar: Transitional teeth behind the cuspids.

Bifurcation (Trifurcation): Juncture of two (three) roots in posterior teeth.

Biopsy: Removal of a small piece of tissue for microscopic examination.

Bite: Relationship of the upper and lower teeth on closure (occlusion).

Bite Wings: Caries (decay) detection devices used during X-rays.

Black Hairy Tongue: Elongated papillae on the tongue, promoting the growth of microorganisms.

Bleaching: Chemical or laser Golden Goose Billig treatment of natural teeth for whitening effect.

Block Injection: Canada Goose Jacka Rea Anesthesia of a nerve trunk that Golden Goose 2.12 covers a large area of the jaw. A mandibular block injection produces numbness of the lower jaw, teeth and half the tongue.

Bonding:
Adhesive dental restoration technique. A tooth-colored composite resin to repair and/or change the color or shape of a tooth.

Bone Resorption: Decrease in bone supporting the roots of teeth, which is a common result of periodontal (gum disease).

Braces: Devices used by orthodontists to gradually reposition teeth to a more favorable alignment.

Bridge: Bridges resemble natural teeth, and are designed to take the place of areas where there are gaps between teeth. bridge is a stationary dental prosthesis (appliance) fixed to teeth adjacent to a space. It replaces one or more missing teeth, cemented or bonded, to supporting teeth or implants adjacent to the space. If you need a crown or bridge you’ll be expertly fitted by one of our specialists. No more worrying that the crown or bridge is going to be ill fitting or look unnatural.

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Bruxism: Grinding or gnashing of the teeth, most commonly while the patient is asleep.